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Water wash flux and cleaning

Electronics Forum | Mon Jun 19 09:47:23 EDT 2017 | georgetruitt

You have a lot to think about! What does the flux manufacturer recommend as far as specifics like water temp or pressure? Do they recommend high temp di-water a detergent or saponifier? Do you currently have a cleaning machine, batch cleaner or inl

Re: Ionic testing and No-Clean flux

Electronics Forum | Fri Feb 04 13:07:46 EST 2000 | Graham Naisbitt

Casimir This is not an easy subject. How did you process the test pieces? Was the flux used correctly at the required and recommended level? Did it see the wave properly? I am not an advocate of no-clean but we do have customers who coat over no-cl

Solder and flux

Electronics Forum | Wed Oct 23 08:40:20 EDT 2002 | davef

Yer not making this easy. What kind of flux? If no-clean flux, what controls are you using to assure you are: * Applying the correct amount of flux? * Properly activating the flux? If water washable flux, talk to us about your cleaning methods and

Solder and flux

Electronics Forum | Wed Oct 23 07:32:18 EDT 2002 | Yannick

Sorry, the layer is made of flux.

Solder and flux

Electronics Forum | Thu Oct 24 10:05:59 EDT 2002 | Yannick

I don't know the name of the flux. but is a no-clean solder paste.

Wave flux and profiling

Electronics Forum | Mon Dec 18 23:24:50 EST 2006 | grantp

Hi, Yes, I would hate to resort to cleaning, but the product must be clean. We have been using palettes to keep most of the flux off the PCB, but there is still residue around the connectors. Does anyone suggest a good no clean flux to use with le

Wave flux and profiling

Electronics Forum | Tue Dec 19 10:08:10 EST 2006 | George

Grant, Why don't you try a water-base flux which is No-clean, VOC-free also? I have tried the 270WR flux from AIM with good results even on lead-free process. My $0.02, George

Wave flux and profiling

Electronics Forum | Mon Dec 18 14:36:09 EST 2006 | samir

Yikes!! In-line cleaning, to clean cosmetic and benign residues (from a NO-CLEAN) flux... You sure you can't switch fluxes? Another variable with residues is the solder mask. Depending on mask type (glossy, matte, semi-gloss, or semi-matte), will

Solder and flux

Electronics Forum | Wed Nov 06 05:13:01 EST 2002 | Dreamsniper

Crystalline flux if it is really clear should not be a problem. We were using Amtech paste before and we have the same results. Sometimes we mistakenly see it as a dry joint because of the reflections from the lighting of our Metcal inspection system

Wave flux and profiling

Electronics Forum | Tue Dec 19 16:26:24 EST 2006 | samir

Grant, Newer lead-free fluxes have 6%-10% solids content - more activator, therefore leave more "visible" residues. Old technology tin-lead fluxes got down to as low as around the 4%-6% range (I'm going off memory, so me might be wrong)... You'll

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